The classic seersucker suit has been given a contemporary spin this season by the 105-year-old New Orleans–based menswear brand Ha
“In cities across the world, guys are leaving the car behind and discovering the simple buzz of cycling,” says Michael Herz, a former crea
In 2011, the London financiers and frequent travelers Abel Samet and Samuel Bail embarked on an obsessive 18-month search for the perfect
The Swiss watch manufacturer Hublot launched its first mechanical watches in the early 1980s—a bold and contrarian move a
Fabergé pendants, ostrich feathers, and pearly shagreen leathers are among the materials used by Michel Heurtault to crea
The Italian fashion house Brioni has introduced three new shoe designs, each limited to just 500 pairs.
From the three-piece suit to the woolen topcoat, certain items are essential to every man’s wardrobe.
The venerable New York luggage maker T.
The French luxury-goods house Hermès, with roots as a saddlemaker that date back more than century, is applying its leath
If anyone is still clinging to the notion that Berluti makes only leather goods—albeit luxuriously handcrafted ones—the l